The O’Reilly Factor producer Jesse Watters went to Chicago this week to investigate the recent killing spree. So far this year 109 people have been murdered in that city. That’s up 56 percent over last year. The blacks he interviewed weren’t so worried about the Trayvon shooting as they are about black-on-black violence in their city.
FOX Nation reported:
From the transcript:
JESSE WATTERS, FOX NEWS: Murder is skyrocketing in the city of Chicago. What’s going on?
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It’s three times more deadly in Chicago than anywhere in the nation.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It really starts at home because you’ve got a lot of people born into families without fathers.
WATTERS: Chicago gets millions of dollars each year to fight this. Where’s the money going?
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Money is not enough. It’s going to take family- to-family, block-to-block to not only bring the crime down but raise the value of life.
WATTERS: What’s this neighborhood like?
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Confused. Desperate. Desperate for resources and I don’t know where the resource is going but it’s not coming in our community.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It’s World War 17 over here. If you get caught in the crossfire just hope you make it out of here…
…WATTERS: If Bill wanted to come out here, what would you — what would you guys like greet him with open arms?
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yes there’s no black on white crime. He is safe down here. They don’t want him.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: We just heard pop, pop, pop. People started screaming and running everywhere.